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We garden where it’s high and oh so dry…where the deer and the buffalo roam.

Pam, just so you know right up front, I poached this recipe from over at your site. I mean, really, why would I want to use anyone's recipe but yours? You dah hostess with the mostess! From our wonderful Pam, at Digging in...

What I did on my summer vacation. No, make that, what I did on my spring vacation: Went to Austin, TX. Yes, I remembered to take some snaps to share with y'all. Didn't bring you any barbeque or ice cold Shinerbock. ...

This is from Bo, over at the Idaho Earth Institute: a Plant Sale fund raiser on April 19th, 10 am- 2 pm, at Lucy's Coffee & Espresso, and I was wondering if you could/would be so kind as to "advertise" this for us. We will be...

Succession planting is a wonderful way to make the most of a postage stamp size veg garden. There is a great article on how to do this by Charlie Nardozzi, over at the National Gardening Association's website HERE. The article has some beautiful,(but...

And now, ladies and gentlemen, for your viewing pleasure, I have discovered the fab-U-luss PICTOBROWSER. Works with your Flickr photos. So, if you go back to look at the March post for Alcatraz, or Visiting the Rock, you can see my photos. Sheeesh. ...

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I have spoken publicly now, four times since yesterday morning at 9 am. it's 2:30 on Saturday, I have one more to do at 4pm. I thought I had a great audience for Dazzling Desert Garden Design Ideas today. A nice, considerate, knowledgeable, attentive and...

Dear Readers, Some of you will be brave enough to come and hear me speak tomorrow at the Boise Flower and Garden Show. Some of you will be brave enough more than once. The first session is titled: The Good Earth: Beautiful, Bountiful...